Last Saturday, we woke up to about 3 inches of early snow! Surprise! It was supposed to only be a dusting. Hah. That evening was also the artist’s reception at Hoosier Salon Gallery. Thankfully, the roads were just fine. In fact, I think it added a little more Christmas Spirit to the event.
Below you can see the snowflake exhibition hanging from the ceiling created by my friend Denise Rapp. Isn’t it festive? I’d love to have this in my own home for the winter. Hmm… I may have a new project after my last show at Christmas at the Cabin. It would drive the cats mad!
About an Artist’s Reception
Attending an artist’s reception is a great way to meet the artists whose work you’re admiring, or maybe not admiring ha ha and to discover new art. The reception usually lasts about 2-4 four hours but you’re not required to be there for the entirety.
Artists are there to meet the public, chat about their art and answer questions about the work. There’s also always yummy treats. This one did not disappoint. There was hot cider, wine, chocolate eclair mini type things, barbecue meat balls which smelled heavenly, little quiches and a slew of sweets too numerous to mention.
In addition to the beautiful artwork in the gallery, I’m always impressed with how well Linda Voltz, the curator, and her crew display the work. Specifically, the artwork always looks like there was a plan to coordinate between the artists when there of course was none. My blue paintings are in the glass case below. Also, my purple wall painting is hanging to the right.
Below, you can see my four small square paintings hung together towards the left corner. For this exhibit, “Shop Local Fine Art”, I included fourteen small paintings. Hopefully, I won’t be bringing fourteen back to the studio. We were encouraged to include smaller, giftable pieces with a lower price point for this shopping type of exhibit.
Lastly, here’s three more of my tiny four inch paintings on the little table. I don’t know who painted the middle painting, but I like it very much.
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